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R v O'Leary (1986) 82 Cr App R 341

The defendant entered a house without a weapon. Once inside he took a knife from the kitchen and took it upstairs to affect the burglary.

Held:

The offence was charged under s.9(1)(b) and there was thus no requirement that he had the knife at the time of entry. His conviction was upheld.
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